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By Nick Pappagiorgio

May 12, 2022
ETFs Explained & How to Use Python to Determine Your ETF Allocations
By Nick Pappagiorgio

Looking to learn more about ETFs and how to use Python to aggregate your ETF equity allocations? Look no further, this post will explain and elaborate on ETFs.

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May 4, 2022
How to Rebalance Your Stock Portfolio with Alpaca Trading API Part II
By Nick Pappagiorgio

The walkthrough in Part I of this two-part tutorial demonstrated how to calculate portfolio weights. This Part II walkthrough will show you how to use these weights to automatically invest and rebalance a portfolio with Alpaca’s Trading API.

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April 26, 2022
What is a Poison Pill and How Do They Work?
By Nick Pappagiorgio

Aptly named, a poison pill is a defensive measure used by a company to fend off opportunistic, hostile, or abusive takeover transactions from an acquiring company or individual.

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April 20, 2022
How to Use Python to Calculate the Piotroski F-Score with Intrinio’s API
By Nick Pappagiorgio

The Piotroski F-Score, named after accountant Joseph Piotroski, utilizes company financial statements and a binary ranking system to reflect the financial strength of a company.

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April 13, 2022
How to Predict Future Stock Prices with Options Data and Python
By Nick Pappagiorgio

Predicting a stock’s future price range with implied volatility is simple and easy. Keep on reading to find out how you can predict a stock's future price range!

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April 4, 2022
What are the Best Investing Podcasts to Listen to in 2022?
By Nick Pappagiorgio

Are you looking for an interesting investing podcast to follow? We got you covered, check out our top investing podcasts list to listen to this year!

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March 29, 2022
Federal Reserve Hikes Up Interest Rates
By Nick Pappagiorgio

The Federal Reserve’s duty is to keep the United States economy stable, avoiding recessions and widespread unemployment while preventing inflation and asset bubbles. The Fed performs this duty by overseeing the United States monetary system, ultimately controlling the increase or decrease in the supply of dollars.

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